Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill says he plans to retire after 2025 season

Tyreek Hill, a Miami Dolphins wide receiver, is already preparing his NFL escape strategy.

Hill, who turned 29 in March, told Sports Radio 810 WHB on Wednesday that he plans to play for three more years before retiring after the 2025 season.Given that Hill wears the No. 10 jersey,

 that would be an oddly poetic way to end his career. However, it would be a fairly brief career for one of the most electrifying players in the NFL. 

Hill has appeared in the Pro Bowl every season of his career and has been named to the All-Pro team four times. He is also third in receiving touchdowns,

fourth in yards per reception, fourth in receptions, and seventh in receiving yards per game since joining the league in 2016.

Hill had a successful six-year career with the Kansas City Chiefs until being moved to the Miami Dolphins during the 2022 offseason. He inked a hefty four-year, $120 million deal extension with the Dolphins,

paying him a league-high $30 million each year, according to Over the Cap.Hill's contract legally runs through the 2026 season and pays a basic salary of $43.9 million, but it is effectively void and non-guaranteed. 

That is why Hill's contract with the Dolphins will most likely expire during his tenth season. Or he simply feels he will never receive the 2026 base wage.

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